Heads will turn when over 150 swanky vintage cars roll into town for the Irrigation Wonderland Vintage Car Rally.
It'll be the first rally held in Griffith for nearly 50 years, when the Council of Heritage Motor Clubs held their inaugural event.
The cars will be proudly on display at the Southside Griffith Leagues Club on Sunday to coincide with the National Day of Motoring Heritage.
There's a gold coin donation on the day, with proceeds going towards local sufferers of Motor Neurone Disease.
Rally director Allan Haggerty will be bringing along his own pride-and-joy Mercedes Benz 1970 280 SE, which has accompanied him to car rallies across Australia.
His love affair with vintage cars began back in 1958, when he was a fresh-faced teenager learning to drive for the first time.
It's a passion he's held onto for 61 years, and he's looking to forward to meeting up with like-minded enthusiasts over the weekend.
The big show will be on Sunday, but they've also crammed their calendars with rally events from Friday until Monday.
Visitors will be given a whirlwind tour of what Griffith has to offer, including a Handyman Tour at Collier & Miller, which proved to be so popular in the past that they weren't able to fit everybody in.
They'll go see Libby Bailey's rocking-horse restorations at Murrami, take art deco tours of Griffith, Yenda and Leeton and a Foodie Frenzy tour of Riverina Grove and Codemo Smallgoods.
Then they'll go and see Griffith Regional Theatre's soft-sculptured curtain and hear from the designer, Bob Barker, tour De Bortoli's winery and pay a visit to Pioneer Park.
"If you see a heritage vehicle during the rally give it a cheery wave as a way of making our visitors welcome and encouraging them to return," Mr Haggerty said.
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